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Epsilonlab

Epsilonlab is a Montreal-based audio-visual label dedicated to promotion of innovative electronic music and digital art. Releases include CDs, DVDs and a constantly-evolving repertoire of downloadable audio-visual files. Epsilonlab is particularly known for integrating music with visuals during live performances and on DVD. Founded in December of 2000, Epsilonlab was initially a collective of musicians, VJs, designers and contemporary dancers devoted to live audio-visual experiments in immersive environments. The collective’s “Group Therapies” became something of a legend in the Montreal scene and helped establish a vibrant community of like-minded VJs and electronic music producers. You can check out our website for more information.

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Epsilonlab
by Alland Byallo
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A Los Angeles native now based in San Francisco, Alland Byallo has made a name for himself on the house scene with his unique take on deep tech funk. The fruit of focused research, his music offers a persistent groove that listeners will find irresistibly contagious. For his debut release on the Epsilonlab netlabel, Alland has prepared three tracks that showcase his signature sound and can be appreciated equally well on a country road or the dance floor. Each track is a journey through...
Topics: Electronic, Techhouse
Source: http://www.epsilonlab.com
Epsilonlab
by Mossa
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It's been a while since Epsilonlab wanted Mossa on-board to participate in our journey into innovative tech house. This piece will surprise you to no end, as he shares his own views on our sound direction. As part of the Complot label--and as a DJ at Les Folies--Mossa's hardly a newcomer to the music community. He also proudly plays in a funk band, testing every musical avenue he can find. Its no surprise then that his approach to sound is delicate, sharp, humour-filled and quite sensitive....
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Topics: Electronic, Techhouse
Source: www.epsilonlab.com